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These Spring Equinox Rituals Ring in the Warmer WeatherRegardless if you're spiritual or not, these spring equinox rituals are meant to appropriately ring in the new season.
How to Get Hired for the World’s Cutest Job, as a Professional “Bear Hugger” in New MexicoYou can now become a "bear hugger" in New Mexico, for the sake of conservation.
Minnesota’s Nuclear Leak From November 2022 Is Still Being Cleaned Up, Four Months LaterIn Nov. 22, Xcel reported a nuclear leak to the NRC, at its Monticello Nuclear Generating Plant, which is just outside of Minneapolis, Minn.
Dallas Experiences Rolling Blackouts, Thanks to Ongoing StormsRolling blackouts in Dallas are the result of ongoing storms slamming the Texas city right now.
Thanks to a Sustainable Investment From Leonardo Dicaprio, Neat Burger Is Coming to NYCVegan burger chain, Neat Burger, is expanding beyond the U.K. to NYC, thanks to a hefty investment from activist and actor, Leonardo DiCaprio.
Recent HelloFresh Decision Highlights the Issue of Monkey Labor in ThailandOngoing PETA investigations have forced companies such as HelloFresh to stop supplying Thai coconut milk, because of ties to monkey labor.
200 Million Meals Have Been Diverted From Landfills via Too Good to Go (Updates)One of the restaurant industry's greatest downfalls is inevitably wasting food, and Too Good to Go is an app that delivers surplus food items.
Ashlyn Harris “Was Still Breaking Records at 36” Thanks to a Plant-Forward Diet (Exclusive)On behalf of JUST Egg, we caught up with retired soccer star, Ashlyn Harris, about how her mostly plant-based diet impacted her soccer career.
This Year’s Sargassum Seaweed Forecast Stinks — LiterallyThe 2023 sargassum seaweed forecast is looking pretty bleak — what started invading Florida beaches this week has spread across the Atlantic.
The Audubon Society Considered a Name Change, Because of Its Namesake’s Bad ReputationThe namesake of the National Audubon Society (NAS), John Audubon, was evidently quite racist — so the organization was considering changing its name.
These Are The Best Vegan Cheeses for Pizza — Crust UsIf you enjoy making pizza at home, these are the best vegan cheeses to do it yourself.
Greenwashy Pembina Pipeline Project to Be Constructed on Indigenous LandCanada-based gas company, Pembina Pipeline, is likely going to move forward with its latest project, Cedar LNG, after receiving government approval.
EPA Finally Releases a Proposal to Limit PFAS Levels in Drinking WaterAfter dragging its feet for far too long, the EPA has designed a proposal that would limit PFAS levels in drinking water.
Alternatives to Amazon, Because Jeff Bezos Is Kind of the WorstIf you've officially had it with Jeff Bezos for once and for all, we've compiled a list of alternatives to Amazon, since we're not done with shopping online.
Beach Erosion in Rodanthe, N.C. Collapses Yet Another HomeYet another home in Rodanthe, North Carolina has collapsed, as a result of continuous beach erosion in the area.
Queensland Floods Are Putting Residents at Risk of Coming Into Contact With CrocodilesAs a result of Queensland's record-breaking floods, Australia residents could be at risk of coming into contact with crocodiles.
Nor’easter Prompts New York to Declare a State of EmergencyNew York is in a state of emergency thanks to a Nor'easter that's expected to bring snow and high winds through Wednesday.
The Best Store-Bought Hummus, if Making Your Own Just Isn’t in the Cards Right NowWhile homemade hummus is generally our go-to, it isn't always in the cards. Alternatively, these are our favorite store-bought options.
Bushcraft — What It Is, and Why It’s Making a Major ComebackBushcraft is making a comeback. But what is bushcraft? Keep reading for an explanation on the practice, and for classes near you.
A Women’s History Month Q&A With ‘Unladylike’ Podcast Host, Cristen Conger (Exclusive)We caught up with the host of feminist podcast 'Unladylike,' Cristen Conger, to discuss Women's History Month and its intersection with environmentalism.
We’re Lucky to Have These Vegan St. Patricks’ Day DessertsEven though St. Patrick's Day is notoriously not vegan friendly, we've rounded up a number of recipes you can make for festive vegan desserts.
Sustainable Oscars Red Carpet Looks That Truly Deserved an AwardAlthough Oscars red carpet style generally trends to be gauche — and let's face it — very wasteful, we love these sustainable red carpet looks.
Maine’s “Sludge Crisis” Is a Major Public Health Issue — but What Is Sewage Sludge?What is sewage sludge? Maine communities are dealing with a public health problem revolving around waste disposal.
Ella Travolta on Encouraging — Not Forcing — Her Actor Dad to Dabble in Veganism (Exclusive)We spoke to vegan model, Ella Travolta, on behalf of Silk on the importance of going vegan, and encouraging her actor dad to try vegan food.
Air Pollution Worsens Osteoporosis Among Menopausal Woman, New Study ShowsOsteoporosis is a condition that affects many older people — particularly women — and a recent study shows that air pollution makes it even worse.
After Three Years, Is la Niña Over? And if It Is, When Does El Niño Start?Is La Niña over? After a "triple dip" — aka three consecutive years of the weather pattern — the winds may be changing. But when does El Niño start?
Coffee Grounds Can Be Upcycled to Make Wood Pellets For Pellet Stoves — Here’s HowCoffee grounds can be upcycled for a number of uses, and apparently, wood pellets for a pellet stove is one of them.
Why School Lunches Are So Bad in the U.S. — And What They’re Like in Other CountriesWhy are school lunches so bad in America? In other countries, school cafeteria food is much higher quality.
West Virginia Train Derailment Triggers a Nearby Oil SpillWhat happened with the CSX train derailment in West Virginia? After striking a rock slide, a freight train spilled diesel in a nearby creek.
Looking for a New Hobby? Birdwatching May Be Your Calling — Here’s How to Get StartedDo you want to get started with a new outdoorsy hobby this spring? Here are essentials to get started with birdwatching.
East Palestine Tests Negative for Dioxins – But Why Are Are Dioxins So Harmful? (Updates)Why are dioxins harmful? Residents in East Palestine, Ohio, pushed for the EPA to test for dioxins at the train crash site, and fortunately tests came back negative.
New Reports Show Collagen May Not Be as Great as We Once ThoughtIs collagen bad? Although it was once touted as a healthy supplement, it isn't as good for people or the planet as once thought.
California Will Soon Be Covered in “Zombie Forests” Thanks to Climate ChangeWhat is a zombie forest? A new study has found that many of California's forests are now considered zombie forests, because of climate change.
The Bay Area Is Under Serious Flood Watch, With a Major Incoming Atmospheric River EventCalifornia is experiencing some wonky weather, but this time, the Sacramento and San Francisco Bay Area are under flood watch, because of an atmospheric river event.
Tracking the Path of the Longest-Lived Tropical Storm, FreddyTropical Storm Freddy is the longest-lived tropical cyclone, and thus far, it's wreaked havoc — that's why knowing the storm's path is crucial.
A Guide to Car Camping in the Grand Canyon, if You Aren’t Ready for a Backpacking TripEven though a backpacking trip is epic for avid hikers, these car camping campsites in the Grand Canyon provide for an incredible experience.
Shigella Bacteria: Symptoms of Shigellosis, Treatment, and MoreShigella bacteria, which causes an infection called Shigellosis, is a big problem right now. Know the symptoms, and more about treatment options.
Recent Study Links Meat-Heavy Keto Diet to Heart Disease, Heart Attacks, and MoreShocker! The meat- and animal byproduct-heavy keto diet has now been linked to an increased risk of heart disease and heart attacks in a recent study.
Endangered Whales Spotted in the Cape Cod Canal Safely Exited the High-Traffic WaterwayWhy was the Cape Cod canal closed this past weekend? Three endangered right whales were spotted swimming through, so authorities protected them.
Drew Barrymore on Why Living Sustainably “Feels Empowering” (Exclusive)We caught up with actress and talk show host, Drew Barrymore, on how she's made life at home more sustainable, her new home line with Grove, and more.
Purim Is on March 6 — Here Are Tips for Celebrating the Holiday Sustainably This YearIf you're celebrating Purim this year, here are a few tips to celebrate the holiday sustainably.
International Women’s Day Is March 8: Why That Is, How to Celebrate at Work, and IWD QuotesInternational Women's Day is March 8 — here's why we celebrate it on that day, how to celebrate the holiday at work, and quotes to inspire you.
A Second Train Has Derailed in Ohio, at the Hands of Norfolk SouthernOnly a month after Norfolk Southern's train derailed in East Palestine, Ohio, a second train from the same company has derailed near Springfield, Ohio.
Scented Toilet Paper and Tampons: Are They Safe?Is scented toilet paper safe? Even though brands have released toilet paper and tampons that smell good, you may not want to use them for these reasons.
Ashley Nussman-Berry on Creating a Black Gardening Group, Plant Care Advice, and More (Exclusive)We spoke to Ashley Nussman-Berry, the creator of Black gardening group Black Planters about the inspiration behind her organization, and all things plants.
What Is Bio-Based Glue? Behind IKEA's Hottest New MaterialIKEA announced its decision to transition to bio-based glue, as traditional glue contributes to about 5 percent of the company's climate impact.
Another Dead Humpback Whale Found off the New Jersey Coast — This Time, in Seaside ParkYet another dead whale was found off the coast off the coast of New Jersey, and this time, it was identified as a humpback whale.
Attention, Pet Parents — PFAS Were Detected in This Type of Dog Food PackagingIf you're a pet parent, you care about what your fur baby is consuming — which is why it's important to know PFAS were detected in dog food bags.
Why Is Greta Thunberg Protesting a Norwegian Wind Farm? Here's Everything We KnowWhy is Greta Thunberg protesting a wind farm? Although the Swedish activist generally encourages clean energy projects, this one violated human rights.
Colon Cancer Awareness Month, Which Starts on March 1, Is Becoming Increasingly ImportantThe month of March happens to be Colon Cancer Awareness Month — which is important to recognize as diagnoses are on the rise.